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Unsolicited Phone Call Scams: "Sell your timeshare"

Scams and scammers using these names: Steve or Kyle, 800-859-9394, Global Timeshare Sales
"he has a buyer for your timeshare"

Are you looking to sell your timeshare? Or you don't even have a timeshare, but received a call from "Steve or Kyle" claiming to be from Global Timeshare Sales at 800-859-9394? Note that reports from consumers claim that he says they has a buyer for your timeshare, but oddly, you have to pay him his commission and fees, upfront! Scam alert!  That's a clue to a scam right there! These callers may not even be employees of Global Timeshare - which may or may not be legitimate.  The point is: don't trust any unsolicited phone calls or emails you receive about selling a timeshare, house, etc.

Email 1 - from a potential victim:

I received a call from a Steve who said he represented Global Timeshare Sales.  He said that he had a buyer for my timeshare.  Since I have never spoken to anyone at that company, I was suspicious to begin with, but played along to see what the scam was.  After they "sold" my timeshare for a "great profit", the manager, Kyle Miller called and explained how I would be receiving all the closing papers, etc.  First I would need to use my credit card and pay them $1,950.  Since I wasn't willing to do that, I figured they could just take that out of the sale, he would just have to move on to the next property.  The contact phone # is 1-800-859-9394 ext. 103 for Kyle, ext. 114 for Steve.  The number that showed up on my caller ID was 407-581-3756.  Steve said they were located in Orlando, FL.  I looked up Global Timeshare Sales on Google and found the address in Kissimmee, FL but the number given had been disconnected; it was a 407 area code.  I found a website for Global Timeshare Sales and it said it was located in Brockton, MA.

I would hate to think these guys would get anyone to pay.  I'm sure that if they did, something would happen and the "buyer would back out or something".


A quick search in Google shows this is a common scam with many complaints. They also use these names:

  • Global Timeshares
  • Worldwide Timeshares,
  • LuAnne McGuire
  • Kenny McCormick
  • Kyle Miller

Other reports say they claim this address:

Global Timeshare Sales
8046 Presidents Dr
Orlando, Florida, 32809

Phone: 800-859-9394
This company  may or may not be related to the scam; we simply do not know.  We can only tell you that this is the name, address, and phone numbers that the scammers use when they call and attempt to get you to provide your credit card number to them.

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